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MyRepublic mobile plans show benefits of MVNO model

Ben Moore
Thu, 04 Aug 2022

MyRepublic mobile plans show benefits of MVNO model
"New Zealanders are lacking choice" in how they consume mobile data, claims MyRepublic's Matt Lindsay. (Image: MyRepublic)
Ben Moore
Thu, 04 Aug 2022
MyRepublic’s approach to mobile plan pricing is showing how opening up mobile networks to third-party resellers can help increase competition in the market.Founded in 2011 in Singapore as a fibre broadband provider, MyRepublic expanded into Aotearoa New Zealand in 2014.It launched its mobile plans last month as the first mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) on Vodafone's new platform, focusing on the speed of connection rather than the amount of data available per month.MVNGo time?MVNO is the industry term for a company that resells...

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